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If it was perfect, it would'nt be as funny.

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Glad they left out the whole King Brian stuff from the script. About as funny as the Martin Luther bit cut from "MOL".

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I heard that Sir Not Appearing In This Film is infact Palin's son!
Not the user, the knight in the movie!
is it true?

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Yes. Palin says it in one of the commentaries.

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Oh!I loved that one!!!!
the part with the knights was great :D :D :D


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Its William I think. When I first saw it I was a little bit dubious, but now I've kind of adjusted to it and I laugh more and more every time I watch it. I too found it a bit patchy, but the bits with a lot of dialogue make me laugh so much! And Galahad makes it even more worthwhile *sigh*

When I first got the DVD and the ending happened I sat there staring at the blank screen and listening to the organ before I clicked!! It is a very swift, pythonesque ending if you think about it!

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